USPSA is a volunteer sport.
Your particpation is needed to help put on the matches.
We need volunteers to step up by designing and building stages.
Safety Rules / This range is run COLD all weapons
are EMPTY until load command is given by the Range Officer.
Shooting is an inherently dangerous activity.The shooter must be fully aware of the risks and hazards whether known or unknown, in entering upon and taking part in any shooting competition on the Premises. The shooter voluntarily enters and take part in any activity on the Premises with the knowledge and appreciation of the danger involved; further, the shooter assumes the risk of entering on the Premises and taking part in any activity, recreational or otherwise, on the Premises, including without limitation: handgun, rifle, shotgun, and machine gun shooting; firing live ammunition; observing individuals discharging firearms or other types of weapons.
If you are a CCW permit holder and choose to come
to the matches carrying please leave your gun in your
vehicle safely stowed, Again no loaded weapons will
be permitted on the range !!!
Our club depends on help for setup on saturday of
Match weekends, without help we don't have matches!!!
When you arrive at the range, please come with your weapon UNLOADED.
We are considered a COLD RANGE (No Loaded Guns).
Come to the registration table and register.
Make sure when registering that you let us know if you are new to the matches.
We will explain the rules & procedures and where the safe area is located to handle your gun.
The safe area is the only place your gun may be handled, except when you are shooting a stage
NO AMMUNITION CAN BE HANDLED
while in the safe area.
Otherwise, your weapon must remain in your holster.
You may load your magazines anywhere, EXCEPT the safe area.
If you have any questions about these procedures, simply ask any of our veteran shooters and they will be happy to assist you.
We do have water and facilities available.
All equipment including your weapon must meet the USPSA’s guidelines.
The 1st Law of Gun Safety - Always treat a gun as If It were loaded!
The 2nd Law of Gun Safety - Never point a gun at something you're not prepared to destroy!
The 3rd Law of Gun Safety - Always be sure of your target and what is behind it!
The 4th Law of Gun Safety - Keep your finger off the trigger until your sights are on the target.
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2022 Master Schedule
If we shoot indoor this year
January - 1/22/2022
February - 2/13/2022
March - 3/13/2022
April - 4/10/2022
May - Wauseon 5/8/2022
June - Wauseon 6/12/2022
July - Wauseon 7/10/2022
August - Wauseon 8/14/2022
September - Wauseon 9/11/2022
October - Wauseon 10/9/2022
November - Wauseon 11/13/2022 December - Weather Dependent
Stock production pistols are welcome
here is the 2020 updated production list.
You must have hearing and eye protection!
For matches a holster that covers the trigger/trigger guard is required, extra magazines (4-5) will be beneficial.
All holsters must meet USPSA requirements.
Single stack shooters magazines should not exceed 8 rounds.
Revolver Shooters must have speed loaders moon clips and some external method of securing those speed loaders.
Magazine carriers will be a plus.
Chamber flags for all long barreled guns.